Golfers club together for Radio Clatterbridge

A group of golfers have clubbed together to make a generous donation to Radio Clatterbridge.

Members of the Merebrook Golf Society have raised £500 for the charity as part of their annual fundraising efforts.

Presenter John Roberts with the cheque

Coffee Club presenter John Roberts secured the donation from the Bromborough-based group which holds a number of fundraising schemes throughout the year.

The money will be put towards running costs and maintaining equipment.

Particuar thanks to Rod Peters and Sammy Sharp. The donation is very much appreciated.


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